Masoud Kimiaee’s latest cinematic production ‘It Became Blood’ is set to have its first premiere at Iran’s most prestigious Fajr Film Festival.
‘It Became Blood’, which has recently wrapped up shooting, will go on screen at the 38th edition of the Fajr Film Festival to be held from April 16th to 24th, 2020 in Tehran, under the direction of the well-known Iranian filmmaker, Mohammad Mehdi Asgarpour.
Film shoot location of the flick includes Qaemshahr city in north of Iran and some regions of Tehran.
The editing of ‘It Became Blood’ is done by Hayedeh Safiyari and Kimiaee himself has written the screenplay.
The plot summery of the film is yet to be revealed.